Wood Rot Growth - Stock video

Animation - Moving Image, Construction Frame, Construction Industry, Damaged, Deterioration

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Stock video ID:472675421
Upload date:December 16, 2014


This animation shows a fungal infestation taking hold on a piece of lumber. A frame-in-frame animation appears showing how the wood decay stars from a spore and spreads. The animation ends with a chunk of the lumber being cut away to show how the wood rot penetrates deep within the wood and does not just grow on the surface. The only camera movement in this animation occurs in the first opening seconds.Such an infestation is often results in dry rot. The culprit is sometimes black mold and it can lead to a condition sometimes called, 'Sick Building Syndrome'.
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